> I agree-- AWESOME.
> I agree-- looks like right hand could be reaching for chute release just
> after the five (similar motion between the six and the seven, and again
> before the stop).
That's funny the chute release is on the left side
> Some points:
> 1. Looked tail-waggy at start. (To me, salt seemed pretty slippery, on
> bike.) Neb II overpowering the track in 1st, I suspect.
Yea the push truck was pushing the back end all over the place
I will post some of the earlyer run's and can see the back end REALLY
moving around. One time I thought he was going to spin me ......he he
( the first mile or so were slippery and very bumpy )
> 2. Sounded like the shift into 6th was just before the four. That puppy
> must be geared pretty TALL.
It was geared for 335 but with the first mile or so being so slippery and
I couldn't get on the throttle hard until right before the 2 mile as you can
by the less than steller 2 1/4 speeds.
It was still accelerating till I shut it down at the 5 ....... need more
or some better 2 /14 speeds
> 3. Engine sounded really sweet (to someone who likes high revs, anyway)
I know I love the sound of 11000 rpm
> 4. Nice driving job-- especially balancing the winddrift at the big end,
> and getting the car stopped (w/o 'chute!)
Thanks but the car kinda drove itself... Thanks to Jack Costella for
building such a fantastic car
> 5. Nice filming. If I ever want to make lsr videos, I'll be asking for
> advice on equipment and setup!
> Hope I get to see you set another record next year!
> Russ, #1226B
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